Pine Soul OG Weed Strain
About The Strain
Aroma and Flavor
Pine Soul OG, a unique blend of Nepali OG and Snow Lotus, leans heavily towards indica (75%) with a sativa component (25%). It presents a delightful mix of flavors, primarily woody pine accented by sweet fruitiness. The scent is similarly complex, combining earthy pine with spicy and fruity nuances. Its THC content ranges between 17% and 18%, delivering an uplifting yet soothing experience.
Origin and History
Pine Soul OG's creation involves a cross between the Nepali OG and Snow Lotus strains, both of which contribute to its distinctive effects and flavor profile.
|Pine Soul OG
|17% - 18%
|Low (around 0%)
Composition and Breeding
As an indica-dominant hybrid, Pine Soul OG is bred from Nepali OG and Snow Lotus strains, resulting in its unique composition that offers both relaxation and mental stimulation.
The strain is characterized by bright neon green nugs with long thin orange hairs, coated in golden-white crystal trichomes, reminiscent of sugar-coated Kryptonite.
The dominant terpene in Pine Soul OG is limonene, which contributes to its piney and citrus aroma.
Aroma and Flavor
Pine Soul OG is noted for its aromatic blend of earthy, herbal, piney, and spicy notes with a woody undertone. The flavor mirrors this complexity, dominated by pine with hints of fruity, spicy, and sweet notes.
Potential Benefits from Using This Strain
The strain is appreciated for its ability to alleviate chronic stress, anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue, nausea, and appetite loss.
Common Psychoactive and Physical Effects
Users report feelings of happiness, creativity, euphoria, and uplifting effects. Physically, it offers calming and soothing sensations. The high is described as long-lasting, humor-tinged, and conducive to activities requiring prolonged sitting or standing.
Pine Soul OG may be beneficial for those dealing with anxiety, depression, fatigue, nausea, and stress. It has also been reported to help with morning nausea and gastrointestinal issues.
Information specific to breeders regarding the cultivation of Pine Soul OG is not readily available, suggesting that it might require experience in growing similar indica-dominant hybrids.